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I’m not sure I’ve read that much in such a short span of time since.
Guild Wars Duchy Askalonu : Matt Forbeck :
However, view spoiler [ her death seemed too sudden. The first chapter was by far the best bit. I also loved the numerous very cool strong female characters.
The norn Gullik Oddsson is a bit stereotypical, but the rest are really good.
Guild Wars Duchy Askalonu
For more on my work, see Forbeck. I wasn’t much of a reader at the time, but I knew I’d need to buy something if I were to survive. The story is interesting, despite being predictable, and the characters are likeable. I have no idea why; according to others it’s not a very difficult game, but for me it seems to be impossible. Instead, I got a tale of adventure where a group is charged with the task of storming Ascalon City to recover a long-lost treasure in present-day Tyria.
Ghosts of Ascalon is a tie-in novel that came out while Guild Wars 2 was still in production. He just tends to over-dramatize and exaggerate things All in all While the plot asialonu a bit generic, the characters a bit lacking and too stereotypical, the novel in itself was enjoyable as a matter of fact. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Jun 06, Aaron rated it it was amazing. However, I admit that I did not go through this book as quickly as the others, though I don’t ruchy if it’s the writing style or the lack of bonding with all the characters Furthermore, as the book started to introduce snippets of characters from Destiny’s Edge, I started to visualize myself playing Guild Wars 2, asjalonu if I was somehow part of this story.
Even though I am still craving for more, I still feel quite content about how the story ended. Having a little knowledge about the game made it really easy to visualize the characters, hear their voic Ghosts of Ascalon is a tie-in novel that came out while Guild Wars 2 was still in production. That and I had gotten used to the fact that game tie-ins are notoriously bad about giving background information, as if they expect anyone picking it up to be an uber fan of the game and already have all that knowledge.
Oh no, that sounds mawkish and hammy.
Sep 26, Wendy rated it really liked it Shelves: I did simply not care enough for the characters for the most part. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. A part of me even wishes the novel could have been longer, but it ended well and for the most part it was well-paced. The best part about this book is that, as a long-time Guild Wars player, I’ve been reading about places I’ve visited, events I took part in, and foes I defeated. I’m sure even Hemingway would seem fantastical when read in such a context.
Refresh and try again. I feel a little dissapointed of this book.
Which in turn, I think, made me into a better, smarter person, and also introduced me to many more interests and fascinations.
In general, I think the races are too stereotypical with too little individual character. Throughout the book, I ducy some type of connection to each, individual character.
I had to have a bestiary open on my browser just to look up the races of some of the main characters. Trivia About Ghosts of Ascalon May 10, Jeshu rated it liked it Shelves: No matter how hard things got, you all still prevailed, at least in my eyes.
Needless to say, there had to be some details of important events or figures that were surely lost on me. Reading about all the races and their struggles and finding out more lore on this world – I enjoyed it so much, and the double-cross at the end really got me – not so much the betrayal but the acts that went into it.
I recommend this book to those who have have played Guild Wars 2 and to those who love happy endings. Expected stuff for a new teenage reader.
Even though this book contains a great amount of peril and unhappiness, it all ends on a wonderful note. While there were many details I wish the authors could have elaborated on, all the relevant information was there so I could follow the story with ease, and not once did I feel confounded by the timeline of the major happenings in the lore.
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Jul 11, CardinalFunky rated it really liked it. But I wasn’t impressed ducyh the main quest. Who needs Catcher in the Rye when you have some great genre fiction? I liked this book as a relaxing read perfect for chilling in the bathtub.
How it made me cry after a character not naming names that i grew attached to died.